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Bill Proposed to Allow Alcohol at Fort Street Mall

A bill was introduced in the Honolulu City Council today that could allow Honolulu merchants to host more events at downtown malls, including serving...

Asia Minute: Asia's Restive Volcanoes

Hawai‘i Island’s Kīlauea Volcano remains one of the most active in the world—its most recent eruption has been going on since 1983. Right now, the lava...

The Conversation: Tuesday, June 16th 2015

Red Hill Fuel Tank; f.808 Photo Hawaii; Does Anyone Care About Resolutions?; UT Arlington Jazz Ensemble Red Hill Fuel Tank: Ernest Lau Agreements often...

UH Report: City Sweeps on Homeless Aren't Working

As the Honolulu City Council continues to debate expanding the sit-lie ban, a new report out of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s Department of Urban...

Honolulu City Council Committee Advances More Sit and Lie Bills

The Honolulu City Council Zoning and Planning Committee advanced four measures to expand the Sit and Lie ordinance to other areas in Honolulu. HPR’s...

The Body Show: Pain Medication Addiction

Are doctors giving enough warnings to people who take strong narcotic pain medication? What things should everyone know about the addictive potential...

Pacific News Minute: South Pacific Elections

Some political developments, in two of our Pacific Ocean neighbors. A freshly re-elected John Momis will be sworn in today for a new term as President...

The Conversation: Monday, June 15th 2015

Issues on Molokai; Spalding House; Hawaiian Holidays; Maui Comedy Festival Current Issues on Molokai: Catherine Cluett Catherine Cluett is editor of The...

Asia Minute: China’s Politics of Soccer

If you’re a soccer fan, you may be waiting for tomorrow’s World Cup game between the US women’s team and Nigeria. But you may have missed a different...

China’s Politics of Soccer

If you’re a soccer fan, you may be waiting for tomorrow’s World Cup game between the US women’s team and Nigeria. But you may have missed a different...

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